UK: Was the US Woman Who Hit a Kid with Her Car and Fled the Country a CIA Agent?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 10, 2020

If being a CIA agent allows you to just hit people with your car whenever you want, then I can see why people become CIA agents.

You would literally never have to pay attention to what you were doing when you were driving, which would be such a massive relief. Especially for women.


The family of road traffic victim Harry Dunn has called for a full public enquiry after a report that the US woman who fled the UK after hitting the teen with her car is a high-ranking CIA spy.

The Mail on Sunday reported that multiple sources, both in London and Washington, said that fugitive Anne Sacoolas had a CIA background. Her husband is also believed to be an intelligence officer and the new report suggests she even might be of a higher rank than he.

Harry’s mother, Charlotte Charles, told the PA news agency that she and the whole family were “full of anger” after hearing the news reports. “How could they do this to us?” she wondered.

The woman confessed that she was returned to the same state she’d found herself in after the death of her son in August, when the British authorities “were trying to kick this all under the carpet.”

She reportedly already sent a letter to the UK Foreign Office, demanding to be told if the agency was aware about Sacoolas’s involvement with the CIA.

The Foreign Office said that “Anne Sacoolas was notified to us as a spouse with no official role.”

Sky News also reported she had a CIA background, citing their sources.

The adviser and spokesman for the family of Harry Dunn, Radd Seiger, has called for “a full public enquiry into who knew what and when in Government” and the “deplorable manner” the relatives of the deceased teen were treated.

“It is high time that the nation can see with full transparency whether or not the Government prioritized protecting the identity of the Sacoolas family over the welfare and rights of Harry’s family.”

Seiger insisted in a statement that the family was “abandoned… misled about what was going [on] and at times downright lied to” by the UK authorities.

The fact that the revelation of Sacoolas being an American spy came from the media and not from the government “raises serious issues not only for the family but for the whole nation,” he wrote.

However, her alleged employment with the CIA “changes nothing” and Sacoolas still has to return to the UK and face justice, Seiger pointed out.

Sacoolas’s car was alleged to be on the wrong side of the road when it crashed into 19-year-old Harry Dunn’s motorbike outside the RAF Croughton facility in Northamptonshire in summer and killed the young man.

Yeah well.

That’s a pretty weird story.

And CIA agent or some other kind of spook is about the only possible explanation for this huge cover-up, isn’t it?

I personally don’t believe that any women should be allowed to drive. It is just too dangerous.